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SOURCE: missing code honda accord 2002
You lucky lucky person! I am an automotive diagnostic tech,and have delt with this problem literally hundreds of times.you need to remove the head unit and changer from the vehicle this is easier said than done. the front of the dash has to also be removed and those attention-paying-down-to-the-last-detail engeneers and designers were thing job security on this one look in and remove the vent grills for most of the retaining screws holding the front together after its apart and the units are out look on the bottoms and call your local honda dealers sefvice. tell them the number then they will tell you your codes.enjoy you will hate your car after this, caution, your dash will squeek like theres no tomorrow if ALL of the screws are not reinstalled.
Posted on Oct 03, 2008
HONDA codes are not readily available from anywhere on the Internet apart from here
You will have to quote the car`s VIN number + other details.
If they cannot provide your code then you will have to try your HONDA Main Dealer or a Decode Service who will plug it into a laptop and electronically read/recode the memory chip (EEPROM)
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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